Creative cardboard workshops

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Creative cardboard workshops cover many areas. It can involve making miniature towns or facades, buildings and castles and trains and a never-ending list of things. Scenes from WW1 or WW2 or ancient battles and virtually any scene. Most schools have or can source free cardboard (though we can bring it along) which makes it environmentally sound. It’s a great way …

Crafts and environmental or recycled crafts

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You can chose from an exciting range of crafts activities, suitable for children of all ages and abilities. These include traditional crafts like kite making, to mask making, decorated cards, lantern making, Puppet making (shadow puppets, Muppet puppets), feather headdresses and more. We also provide recycled crafts, or environmental crafts workshops, involving making things from recycled objects or natural vegetation. …

Puppet making

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Through a range of workshops we can explore the varieties of puppet making and performance. Specializing in Shadow Puppetry, scrap/recycled puppets, finger, sock and glove puppets; also fantastic giant willow stick lantern puppets and paper mache puppets/masks. Each individual workshop will explore and teach the ways of creating characterful puppets out of a range of materials. At the end of …

Workshops boys enjoy

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Nugent Education has discovered that in many cases, there are particular workshops and activities (along with arts workshop courses) that boys enjoy. They know this because they have found that when given the opportunity, these workshops are what they chose to do and subsequently engage with. Clients and schools (youth clubs etc) usually book a mixture of these or one …

Workshops girls enjoy

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As with boys, many young girls from aged nine upwards tend to request and engage more with activities which they like participating in. We often get asked to organise weekly activities specifically aimed at girls, so it is important to recognise the workshops that they tend to engage with more. The kind of activities that girls enjoy, engage with and …